Winners of the youth and open competitions in the 2014 Sony World Photography Awards, in categories including culture, environment and people.
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All set in the balloon Victoria II. 60 bottles of propane. 5 square meters of solar panel. 120 liters of water. 15 kilos of supplies and gadgets. Many gadgets to navigate, to immortalize and to attack the kilos of loneliness that will inflate the ballast of the Victoria. About to take a nonstop trip around the world searching for answers. The idea is to photograph 30 of the most diverse cities to study and understand the urban fabric that dominates the planet of the century. This is the logbook of the impossible dream of Le Corbusier and Verne.Read Article
These images are the handiwork of award winning photographer Seth Casteel, who has captured the moment the water dogs break through the surface of the water to stunning effect. The result is a collection of over 80 portraits, as Casteel seeks to capture a unique side to man’s best friend. Here are a selection of those photographs including Rocco, who is a 7-year-old Boston terrier.Read Article
Creativity zero? This video shows that a vast number of pictures on Instagram are pretty much the same
For those of you who want to show how different or creative are through their Instagram photos, filmmaker Thomas Jullien made a video that shows that, no matter how much you try to be original, someone already thought of it before than you.Read Article
“Why is that guy wearing a pink tutu?” The answer is, in equal parts, ridiculous and heartwarming. You see, this is Bob Carey. Bob’s wife has cancer. She was diagnosed with it in 2003 and The Tutu Project (as it’s now officially called) began as a way for Bob to express himself and make his wife smile. Then, it turned into something much bigger.Read Article
For the last 13 years Japanese photographer Miyoko Ihara has been taking pictures of her grandma, Misao, to commemorate her life. 9 years ago, 88-year-old Misao found a stray odd-eyed cat in her shed: she called it Fukumaru, hoping that “the god of fuku (good fortune) would come and everything will be smoothed over like maru (circle).” Miyoko has been photographing their beautiful friendship and the way they go about their daily routine ever since.Read Article
Born in the last century, Nicolas Boutruche was soon attracted by the power of the images.
He begins by drawing but stopped quickly to take college courses in film, work in pubs… but over all he shoots pictures.Read Article
Eager to see the 15 best pictures of 2012 awarded by the National Geographic photo contest?
Nature, people and places. 15 pictures considered the best ones of the last year. Take a look to them and enjoy the variety of our world.Read Article
From the camaraderie of the Tour de France to snipers in Syria, Sarah Gilbert selects her favourite pictures of the year.Read Article